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Because Twitter has become the medium through which some consumers get most of their news, it’s all the more urgent for judges and journalists to come to an accommodation, Fuller said.

And her association’s policy on tweeting in court?

“We don’t have one yet,” she said. “We’re working at it. Finding a middle ground will take time.”

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Associated Press Writer Mark Scolforo in Harrisburg, Pa., contributed to this report.

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Michael Tarm can be reached at www.twitter.com/mtarm